COVID-19 is sticking around and with the kiddos out of school, we’re all going a little stir crazy. The Fort Worth Zoo offers 64 acres of predominately outdoor exhibits and pathways that allow for social distancing and make it the perfect day out. Not to mention, the Fort Worth Zoo recently ranked No. 1 in USA Today’s Best Zoos in North America contest. See how the Fort Worth Zoo can help you make it through the summer with COVID-19.
In compliance with the executive order of Tarrant County Judge Glen Whitley and Tarrant County Commissioners Court, all Zoo staff and guests 10 years of age and older are required to wear a face covering on Zoo grounds.
A (Safe) Outing
To reduce lines, the Zoo has transitioned to an online reservation system. There are limited number of guests per day, and guests will choose the time block they want to enter. Online reservations are required, including for members; ticket booths are closed. Printed tickets or barcodes on cellphones will be scanned, allowing for touchless entry. So be sure to reserve online before heading to the Zoo! Guests are responsible for practicing social distancing and keeping at least 6 feet of space between other guests and staff. Additional handwashing stations have been added.
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Little Ones, Big Experiences
Starting in September, Zoo Preschool pairs education with big-time fun. Your preschooler can experience an activity-packed three-hour class where they will enjoy learning about the natural habitats of native and exotic animals.
Register your little one here. (Zoo Members save 10 percent.)
Their Window to the World
Imagine a new way to experience the wild with your family. Enjoy year-round access to the #1 zoo in North America. With unlimited admission, a membership to the Fort Worth Zoo not only helps support the Zoo but also allows your family to experience the wild any day.
What better way to let the kids cool off than play in the Zoo’s 14,000-square-foot water park, Safari Splash. Limited capacity will help achieve social distancing. Check out the Zoo’s adjusted hours that comply with local and state regulations. Mask not required in wet zone. (Zoo Members save $1.)
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